Seeing Through a Glass Darkly with Jupiter in Scorpio

Through a Glass Darkly with Jupiter in Scorpio

taught by Lynn Bell

Course description

With Jupiter's movement into Scorpio, the world has spun and shifted, and as we feel it spinning, we try to find our footing. Being in a state of perpetual imbalance affects our vision of what will come and what might be.

There are dark enchantments, veils thrown over the world of our perceptions. And these can lead each of us in unwanted directions. How to see clearly in a time of low horizons?

The figure of Providens gives us guidance. In one hand she holds the mirror and uses it to see what  cannot be seen by only looking straight ahead. In  the other hand she holds a serpent, wrapped firmly around her wrist. 

Her name comes from the root videns, "to see," + pro, "before" - to see what might happen before it occurs.

Jupiter in Scorpio calls us to deep knowing to inner wisdom, What are the gifts of Providens? And how can she guide us to see both ourselves and the world more clearly?

This is a video recording of a live event held in Portland, OR in November 2017. Lynn looks at the charts of performance artist Marina Abramović, Alfred Hitchcock, and author Arthur Janov. 

Includes video plus all slides and charts. 

1 hr. 53 min. 

Lynn Bell
Lynn Bell
Senior Instructor

Lynn Bell is a Paris-based astrologer whose work spans multiple cultures as a speaker, teacher, author and consultant in astrology. The author of Planetary Threads and Cycles of Light, she is a popular lecturer and teaches at seminars and conferences around the world, including The Faculty of Astrological Studies, the LSA, the CPA, NORWAC and UAC. Outside the world of astrology, she has often collaborated with Caroline Myss at the CMED Institute. She has been part of the faculty of the New Chartres School in Chartres, France produced by Wisdom University.

Course Curriculum

The Wheel of Fortune: Orienting to Jupiter in Scorpio
34:04
Providens and the Mirror
21:29
The Tools of Providens and Hecate - The Key, the Torch and the Snake
26:20
The Knife, the Rope and the Knotted Tail
31:49